Actress Tamannaah Bhatia is well-known for her work in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi films.She’s collaborated with top stars like Rajinikanth and Prabhas.
Her journey began in 2005 with her role in “Chand Sa Roshan Chehra.” In the same year, she stepped into Telugu cinema with “Sri,” and the following year, she made her Tamil debut in “Kedi.” Recently, in an interview with Filmfare, Tamannaah spoke about the issue of ‘toxic masculinity’ in South Indian films.
When asked about ‘toxic masculinity’ in South films and if she disagreed with certain scenes or movies, Tamannaah shared her perspective.
She mentioned that some commercial films in the South follow certain formulas that she couldn’t relate to, and she would request filmmakers to tone down the intensity.Eventually, she decided to avoid such films that celebrated toxic masculinity excessively.
Regarding her success in the South not translating to Bollywood, Tamannaah expressed her viewpoint.She didn’t take it as a personal failure, understanding that the fate of a film involves many people.She remains detached from both her successes and failures, emphasizing her passion for acting and her eagerness to face the camera every day.
Tamannaah’s filmography showcases her achievements.In 2007, she found success in Telugu and Tamil cinema with “Happy Days” and “Kalloori,” respectively.Her role as a college student in the latter earned her a nomination at the 55th Filmfare Awards South.
Other notable performances in films like “Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam” and “Kanden Kadhalai” earned her further nominations at the 57th Filmfare Awards South.
She solidified her career in Tamil and Telugu cinema with hits like “Paiyaa,” “Racha,” and “Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu.” After a hiatus from Hindi films, she returned in “Himmatwala” in 2013.Her iconic role as a warrior princess in “Baahubali: The Beginning” in 2015 became a monumental success.
Recently, her film “Jailer” made waves at the box office, grossing over ₹650 crore worldwide.She has several upcoming projects, including the Malayalam film “Bandra,” Tamil film “Aranmai 4,” and Hindi film “Vedaa.”
Tamannaah’s journey in the film industry showcases her dedication and passion for acting, transcending the boundaries of languages and genres.